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Five things I learned watching reality shows

I have a confession to make: my name is Teri and I love reality shows!

Now, not every show is my cup of tea, but several have me by the remote control.

One is the Real Housewives series on Bravo. I am intrigued by different
cultures of women as well as the variations from coast to coast. Oh
yeah, I like the clothes too.

The wannabe sociologist in me is fascinated by people's behavior,
motives and strategies. Contrary to what most people believe, you can
actually learn some real life lessons from the world of reality.

What I l have learned so far...

1. Age has nothing to do with maturity. A person can be an old nut just as easily as being a young one.

2. People need jobs and purpose. Reality shows prove an idle mind is the devil's workshop.

3. Outer beauty has nothing to do with inner beauty.

4. Material things don't buy happiness.

5. Being uneducated stunts some people's emotional growth. Even if you
don't have a formal education, you can get some sense and critical
thinking skills.

Bonus: lots of women care way to much what other women think of them. I should care so much. No-o-o-o-o-ot.

Teri blogs at The Busy Chick.Com sharing lifestyle and beauty tips for every busy chick.

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